Child Q and her family have taken a decision not to give interviews to the press at this stage in an effort to protect Child Q’s privacy. The family requested that there be no speculation as to their identities or the identities of Child Q’s school which could, in turn, result in Child Q’s identity becoming known.
Today, the children’s rights charity Just for Kids Law is calling for an end to the overnight detention of children by police with the launch of its latest report, “It’s horrible when they keep you in there at night”: Ending the overnight detention of children in police custody, at a briefing to Parliamentarians, police representatives, and youth justice campaigners.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Anthony Landes to the post of Chair of the Board of Trustees at Just for Kids Law.
The Court of Appeal has today ruled on a case brought by the children’s legal charity Just for Kids Law, who successfully argued that the failure by local authorities in London to provide appropriate alternative accommodation for children arrested and held by the police is unlawful.
Leading children’s rights experts and play campaigners including the Children’s Rights Alliance for England (part of Just for Kids Law) and Playing Out have written to the Prime Minister calling for England’s lockdown guidelines to allow and encourage children to play outdoors together, as they return to school today.
Following months of campaigning and legal action, children’s legal charity Just for Kids Law is pleased to welcome today’s decision from the
In a new report released ahead of Human Rights Day (10 December), 90 children’s charities from across England warn that a number of critical
Following a competitive and open recruitment process, we are delighted to announce the appointment of Louisa McGeehan to the post of Chief Executive Officer at Just for Kids Law.
The charity Just for Kids Law has warned that children who are used as spies by the police in criminal investigations remain at great risk despite the